2024 Health Plans


The Executive Board of the Diocese set the following policies, effective January 1, 2013, in compliance with General Convention Resolution GC2009-A177 to Amend Canon I.8 and establish a denominational health plan.

Download the Health Plan and Lay Employee Pension Plan Policies (Revised by the Executive Board on September 8, 2012)

Open Enrollment For Current Members

Annual Enrollment for 2024 will run from Session 1: October 11 to November 1 or Session 2: October 25 to November 15.

Currently enrolled employees (plan members) will receive an Annual Enrollment letter in a green envelope from the Medical Trust approximately one week before their Annual Enrollment period. This letter will include information about how to access the enrollment site. During annual enrollment all employees are required to log into MyCPG and select their health benefit choice. If this is not done by the employee, then the Parish Administrator is required to enroll each employee. If this is not done for dental then they will have no dental coverage for 2024, as Cigna is going away.

If an employee takes no action, and their current medical plan is offered for 2024, their medical plan selections will automatically carry over to 2024, and any applicable rate increases will apply.

Employees can also download the Sydney Health app on a cell phone and will be able to view insurance cards, deductibles, virtual doctor appointments, claims, and more great info. 

Note: Members must actively enroll in a Delta Dental plan if they wish to have dental coverage through the Medical Trust. If members are currently enrolled in a Cigna Dental plan through the Medical Trust, that coverage is going away on December 31, 2023. They must select a Delta Dental plan option for themselves and their dependents during Annual Enrollment for 2024.

IMPORTANT REMINDER: Members will make their plan selections on MyCPG Accounts using the email address and password associated with their MyCPG Account. The Client ID number is no longer used to access the account. It is important for all members to create an account prior to Annual Enrollment if they have not already done so.

For assistance, employees may contact CPG Client Services at (800) 480-9967, Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM to 8:00 PM ET, or email mtcustserv@cpg.org.

Health Benefits Enrollment

For Health Benefits Administrators and Newly Eligible Individuals

Administrative Policy Manual

Renewal Information Memo

Renewal Letter

Important Note on Newly Eligible Individuals Enrollment

There is no waiting period for newly eligible individuals. Newly eligible individuals have a period of 30 days immediately following the hire date or date the individual became part of the Participating Group or became an eligible individual to elect a health, dental, group life, and/or disability plan for the remainder of the current plan year. Plan elections, once made, cannot be changed for the remainder of the current plan year unless the member experiences a Significant Life Event or HIPAA Special Enrollment Event.

If you are hiring a new employee, please complete the appropriate enrollment forms and return to Jessica Lee (jlee@edola.org) at the diocesan office as soon as possible to avoid possible denial of coverage.


Links for Information and Forms on the CPG Website

2024 Healthcare Plans & Information

The following is the 2024 Healthcare information for Diocesan Congregations and Institutions and Current Active Group healthcare enrollees. For any questions please contact Jessica Lee, Diocesan Insurance Administrator, at 504-895-6634 or jlee@edola.org or visit the  Church Pension Group website.


Enrollment Forms


Regulatory Notices

Medicare Secondary Payer (SEE) Publications

Medical Plans Offered in 2024

    Dental Plans

    There is a change in our dental vendor, and it is mandatory for each individual enrolled to log into My CPG at: https://www.cpg.org/services/mycpg to select your dental coverage. Please note that enrolling is mandatory and if no plan is chosen by the end of annual enrollment and once Cigna Dental goes away, the individual will no longer have dental coverage. If you need assistance with annual enrollment, please contact your Parish Administrator. If your institution does not have a Parish Administrator then contact Jessica Lee, Diocesan Insurance Administrator (jlee@edola.org).

    All three dental plans offer low out-of-pocket costs for preventive care, as well as a choice of providers in Delta Dental’s network of dentists, endodontists, pediatric dentists, periodontists, orthodontists and other dental providers.

    Delta Dental Welcome Flyer

    Value-Added Benefits

    Prescription Drugs

    Effective January 1, 2023, the Medical Trust is introducing new prescription drug plan cost sharing.

      Additional Benefits

      Information about Additional Benefits including Vision, Hearing, Employee Assistance Program, Health Advocate, and Travel Assistance.